April 9, 2004
Well done, limited appeal
This is a largely unbiased view of people marching in a war protest. The editing is minimal, and the appropriate music elevates it from banal stock footage status into the realm of watchability.
However, if you download the lower quality version, you won't be able to read most of the signs. The signs that you will be able to read, such as "Bush hijacked 9/11 and flew it into Iraq," are interesting from an historical perspective, but some, such as an American flag being flown upside down with an anarchy symbol spraypainted on it, may be offensive to you.
This film has limited appeal, but is put together appropriately. I would've liked to have seen some counter-protesters, but maybe there weren't any. What's here is good, but if you aren't interested in fairly standard footage, you won't be interested in watching it.